The LODGE 

The Lodge offers exceptional accommodation on the banks of the Zambezi River just upstream from mighty Victoria Falls. Set under shady trees, the secluded camp mixes romance and exclusivity and makes for an excellent honeymoon or romantic holiday retreat. Sit back and soak up the magnificent views of the Zambezi River gliding by. Independent-minded travelers will like the fact that there is no set itinerary at Tongabezi.

Enjoy doing as much or as little as you want although there are plenty of activities on offer.

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Set under shady ebony trees on a sweeping bend of the Zambezi River, the secluded camp combines exclusivity with the genuine warmth and hospitality of Zambia and its people.

Revel in doing as much or as little as you like in this extraordinary location only 15km upstream from Victoria Falls – one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and the world’s largest sheet of falling water. Victoria Falls is the adventure capital of Africa with a wide range of white-knuckle activities - like rafting, bungee jumping and bridge swinging - to choose from. You can also head out on nature and bird watching walks, 4X4 game drives in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park or boat cruises on the Zambezi in search of elephant and hippo. Visit local markets and villages for gifts and souvenirs and of course be sure to visit 'The Smoke that Thunders' - Victoria Falls, which is best viewed up close.

A wide range of activities are on offer during your stay, for example: early morning game drive, drift down the Zambezi River on a Sunset Cruise, a romantic Sampan dinner floating out on the river. Enjoy a private Sand Bar lunchCommunity minded? Do visit Tujatane school. Our students are officially amongst the best performers in Zambia, regularly winning national drama, poetry, and traditional dancing competitions, and they’d love the chance to show off their skills. Meet he friendly Zambian people of Simonga Village or visit the Livingstone museum!

Explore the Maramba market & Mukuni park where hundreds of people of the Livingstone area gather daily to display and trade goods.

Did someone say fishing? The Zambezi make a serene angling destination

The lavish accommodation caters for guests of all persuasions, with en-suite river cottages and open-plan stone and thatch houses suited for families, couples and friends. Several houses include infinity plunge pools and open-air sunken baths on terraces with mesmerizing river views – perfect for dining and unwinding. Otherwise, opt for the Honeymoon House or spend a night in the Tree House amongst the birds. Delight in Zambian cuisine!